TudoGames: 10 games to expect in the second half of 2022!

The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the world upside down, affecting almost every sector of the world, including technology. The games industry has become completely lost with its tight deadlines and has sought ways for entire teams to work from home to keep their productions from stalling.

As expected, this caused several delays and even the launch of titles in a completely problematic state. With the improvement of the pandemic and the return of face-to-face work, game development is back in full force, and several postponed productions will finally arrive later this year.

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2022 kicked off in full force as we launched games like Horizon Forbidden West, Elden Ring, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and Gran Turismo 7. However, the second semester promises to be even busier and full of anticipated titles. a long time.

With that in mind, TudoCelular has compiled 10 games to keep an eye on in this final part of the year. Please note that the names listed here are in descending order from nearest to farthest. If you haven’t joined the new generation yet, there’s good news: some of them are playable on Xbox One or PlayStation 4.

If you think any game is missing, let us know in the comments. Let us know which of the titles on the list you’re looking forward to playing!

10 Saints Row

Platforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC

Release date: August 23

The Saints Row franchise is getting a complete reboot. The player has to create a group from scratch, in the role of leader, with a small group of friends and their decisions make up their team.

The adventure takes place in the fictional city of Santo Ileso, where you have to figure out what kind of crime boss you will be. A drug dealer or a gun dealer? You decide. Since this is the origin story of the Saints, you have complete freedom to write it however you want.

9 The Lord of the Rings: Gollum

Platforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC

Release date: September 1

A new adventure in the world of The Lord of the Rings has a very different proposition than what players might expect. Instead of controlling heroes or noble races like elves, you take on the role of the hideous creature Gollum.

Developed by Daedalic Entertainment, the player begins his imprisonment in Barad-dur, the fortress of Mordor, from which Gollum must find a way to escape, passing through several famous places in Middle-earth. In terms of gameplay, the title is an action-adventure with stealth elements, where the character’s abilities (and their personalities!) are put to good use.

8 The Last of Us Chapter I

platforms: PlayStation 5 and PC

Release date: September 2

As director Neil Druckmann said at Summer Game Fest, The Last of Us I Part PlayStation 3 promises to be the definitive version of one of the most iconic games of all time.

According to studio Naughty Dog, the title is a complete overhaul of the original experience aimed at PlayStation 5 and PC, featuring updated visuals, more fidelity in facial animations, expanded accessibility options, and improved controls.

7 Splatoon 3

platforms: Nintendo Switch

Release date: September 9

With Splatoon 3, players will discover an exciting and colorful adventure only available on Nintendo’s handheld console.

The game brings a new story, familiar and new weapons, co-op mode and much more. The title is expected to be one of the key Switch titles this year, promising exciting matches and lots of laughs with friends.

6 Overwatch 2

platforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC and Nintendo Switch

Release date: October 4 (early bird)

First revealed at BlizzCon 2019, the multiplayer shooter promises to focus more on narrative than its predecessor with new story missions. As revealed by Xbox and Bethesda at E3 2022, Overwatch 2 will be free-to-play and launch during early access.

It brings new heroes such as the Junker Queen, equipped with a gun and two-handed huge ax as her main weapon. The promise is that this game is an evolution in every way compared to the first one, which players have been waiting for for years.

5 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

platforms: PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC

Release date: October 28

Developed by the renowned Infinity Ward studio, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 brings back the legendary Task Force 141 in its 2019 reboot.

Incidentally, it continues the plot of its predecessor, in which Captain Price spoke with the head of special operations of the CIA Kate Laswell and General Shepherd about the dangerous terrorist Viktor Zahaev. The title is also rumored to be dark and visceral, referencing drug cartel violence.

4 Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope

platforms: Nintendo Switch

Release date: October 20

Ubisoft and Nintendo once again partner to bring back their famous tactical crossover. Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope takes the heroes on a galactic adventure to stop Kursa, a villain who wants to absorb the energy of worlds.

This time, Mario and the gang will be assisted by faces like Rabbid Rosalina and Sparks, hybrids of Luma creatures and Rabbids, to help them complete the difficult task. The game also offers players more freedom of exploration, lots of secrets, and a free and dynamic combat system.

3 God of War: Ragnarok

platforms: PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4

Release date: November 9

If you’ve played God of War (2018), you’ve been looking forward to its sequel, as well as the answer to many questions, such as whether a Greek god entered the Norse pantheon, married a giantess, and fathered a child. After several controversies and delays, Sony has finally confirmed that the title is coming this year.

In the story, Kratos and an elderly Atreus must prepare to face the god Freya, Thor, and stop the dreaded Ragnarok as they travel through new realms like Vanaheim, Svartalfheim, and Asgard, in addition to meeting new characters like Angrboda and Odin. It should be remembered that this completes the Norse saga of God of War.

2 The Callisto Protocol

platforms: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC

Release date: December 2

If you are a fan of horror games and Dead Space is one of your favorites, I recommend you to pay attention to this title. It probably has what it takes to become one of the favorite games of the year.

First developed by Striking Distance, the next-generation survival horror film takes place in a maximum security prison on Jupiter and promises violence, gore and the unsettling horror of nightmare-inducing aliens.

1 The Hogwarts Legacy

platforms: PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC

Release date: end of December

If you were young when the Harry Potter saga came out, you probably dreamed of receiving a letter and attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Unfortunately, the invitation did not come, but later this year you can fulfill this dream in a different way.

Hogwarts Legacy is not a direct adaptation of the Harry Potter books, but it takes on all of their mythology in a different way. You become a student at Hogwarts in the 1800s, hundreds of years before the birth of the “boy who lived,” and embark on an open-world RPG adventure full of exploration, magic, and magical creatures.

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